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Sonicbytes Updates Product Line

Press Desk

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Thursday January 1, 2004

September 28, 2004

Users of Sonicbytes' ERA, EST, and Gat'R for Windows can download
new updates for all three products, adding new features and bug fixes. New
bundled pricing is also available for those interested in purchasing the complete
Sonicbytes line.

ERA 1.2 Pattern sequencer VSTi/MFX adds:

Gat'R 1.1 pattern-based audio multi-effect new features include:

And finally, version 1.2 of EST, their sampling-groovebox VSTi, has been updated
to include:

These updates are free to all customers. Demos are available.

There are three new bundled packages:

Individual prices for the plug-ins are ERA: Euro 69, EST: Euro 69, Gat'R:
Euro 44. The complete set of 7fan kits can be purchased for eu 19.98 at

For more information, visit their web site at

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Watch our video on linear phase filters and frequency response with the FabFilter Pro Q 2

Read our post on linear phase filters and frequency response with the Fabfilter Pro Q 2

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How to automate tracks that have parallel compression

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